According to the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, the number of cases in the federal Wright Conserve multidistrict litigation has grown…. Read more
Wright Conserve Plus Lawsuit Center
The Wright Conserve devices comprise a hip replacement system that involves the capping of a patient’s thigh bone with a synthetic ball and the replacement of the hip socket with a corresponding cup. Both the ball and the cup are—at least in part—made of metal.
Like other metal-on-metal artificial hip replacements, the Wright Conserve causes dangerous side effects, and the FDA has received hundreds of adverse event reports on the Wright Conserve devices.
If you’ve suffered harm resulting from the implantation of a Conserve Plus hip device, then you might have a case against Wright Medical, the manufacturer of the device.
You’ll need to make a claim, though, and your time to do so is limited. Call us now and speak to one of our lawyers, at no cost or risk. We can determine promptly whether you have grounds for a lawsuit.
If you were harmed by a Conserve Plus hip device, then you might be entitled to compensation for your injuries, including out-of-pocket costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Don’t expect Wright Medical to volunteer to write you a check, though. You’ll need to demand to be made whole.
Many people who received Wright Medical Conserve hip replacements have suffered serious adverse side effects, some of which have even necessitated painful revision procedures to replace the implants. It’s possible that the adverse effects are caused not by surgeon error but by the implants themselves.
Recipients of a Wright Conserve or a Wright Profemur Z Stem hip replacement might want to know whether and why a Wright hip replacement recall occurred. Regardless of a recall, though, victims can sue for compensation to be made whole. A product doesn’t need to be recalled to be dangerous.
Some recipients have been forced to undergo revision procedures shortly after receiving Wright devices. Because the devices’ failures might have been caused by defects in the devices rather than surgical error, it is possible for recipients to file Wright Conserve Plus hip replacement lawsuits.
The United Kingdom’s National Health Service has banned its hospitals from implanting patients with the Wright Conserve Plus hip replacement, among others…. Read more
The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation has chosen to centralize all Wright Conserve hip replacement lawsuits in Georgia federal court…. Read more